Saturday, February 7, 2009

A Year of CrockPotting: A (not a crockpot) Give-Away

A Year of CrockPotting: A (not a crockpot) Give-Away
I would love to win! Thanks for teh chance!
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Friday, February 6, 2009

Sunday, January 28, 2007


I want to brag for a minute about Phil - he won ROOKIE OF THE YEAR! He has been in Florida since Wednesday for the national conference and last night he called me after their awards banquet to let me know the good news. I am so proud of him! Phil is really doing what he should be doing. He is so good at his job and he really enjoys it! I am glad the company has recognized his hard work.

CONGRATULATIONS PHIL! The girls and I are so proud of you!

Thursday, January 25, 2007

Spa Day!

One of the fun things we do at home is hold SPA DAY. It can consist of many activities: I draw them a bubble bath, do their hair, give them an oatmeal facial, manicure or pedicure. (I think that is all that is on the menu.) These all happen while I act as the spa employee with a (bad) french accent and the girls love it! We recently had a spa day - at their request. E wanted a facial. I can't seem to get K to give it a try. I wonder why! :-) They both wanted manicures and pedicures. We had so much fun!

Monday, January 22, 2007

I want a new law passed!

Last week we all went to the dentist for our checkups. Four of us and no cavities! Life is good, right? Well, the dental hygienist tells E that she has a loose tooth. What the heck? Why in the world would she tell her that? It was
B A R E L Y loose. It is going to be a long haul until that baby falls out. I think there should be a law against telling a five year old that she has a loose tooth unless it is hanging by a string. Now E has her fingers in her mouth all the time and I have to feel how "loose" her tooth is about five times a day! Again, it barely moves. Uuuggggghhhh! I will let you know when it finally falls out - it may be some time next year though! :-D

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Voulez-vous chicken cordon bleu?

When the girls and I were feeling all better, we decided to have a cooking class. Since they wanted to help with dinner, I thought I would teach them how to make chicken cordon bleu. Even though they thought if felt gross to touch the raw chicken and then roll it in the egg, they were more than happy to get their hands right in the mess. Both E and K were happy to wear their brand new aprons for our cooking class! Dinner was really good! I think we may have some future chefs on our hands!